Arsenal boost as Brighton rejects an offer for their target

Arsenal is one of the clubs eyeing a move for Brighton’s Moises Caicedo as he delivers top performances for the Seagulls in the Premier League.

The midfielder is one of the finest in his position and did well for his country at the Qatar 2022 FIFA World Cup.

At 21, he is one of the best young midfielders in England and Arsenal will no doubt feel he would be an excellent addition to Mikel Arteta’s squad.

However, they are not the only club interested in a move for him, with reports also linking the likes of Manchester United and Liverpool.

Arsenal has now been handed a boost in their pursuit as Tera Deportes reports that Liverpool’s initial bid for him has been rejected by Brighton.

The report claims the Seagulls want at least 70m euros to sell, a fee that will be hard to get in January.

Just Arsenal Opinion

Caicedo has been superb in the Premier League and is in the age range we have been signing recently.

The midfielder will improve our squad significantly and he could become the best long-term replacement for Granit Xhaka or Thomas Partey.

Liverpool is expected to return with a better offer, so we must act fast to add him to our squad.

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3 Comments

  1. The day when Arsenal learned to do business like Brighton maybe Roster will start to grow teeth.

    What a club knows how to sell players € 70 mil rejected for a player unknown a couple months ago, this is beyond me.

    The very funny thing about this they probably will get him sold too with a replacement waiting in the wings

    There is even a rumor that they have a certain Argentinean, wanted like hot bread

  2. Julio Enciso & Facundo Buonanotte will be the next £70m sales when Caceido has departed. They are South American youngsters waiting in the background.

  3. Mudryk and Caicedo

    So, for the paltry sum of $150M it seems we could purchase the services of these two young footballers?

    They would certainly fill two spots that we currently need back-up for.

    They are both spoken highly of, and if they live up to their billing they could help us significantly during the rest of the season!!!

    But if they struggle to integrate, and we get some more injuries, that could be end of Champions League football for next season, and a lot of money wasted!

    However, if it was me, I would try for both of them (but of course, it is not my money!!)

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